Young Indian opener Shubman Gill, who scored his maiden Test century at home in the ongoing fourth Test, said he was determined not play a loose shot on the most batting friendly pitch of the Border-Gavaskar trophy . Gill slammed a patient 128 off 235 balls on day three of the game here on Saturday. “Honestly, I was thinking I don’t know when next I will get a wicket like this. I didn’t want to miss the opportunity by playing a bad shot. That’s what going through my mind,” Gill told his teammate Cheteshwar Pujara in an interview posted on BCCI.TV after the day three’s proceedings.